The Hughes publicity mill ground out photos of the beauty in low-cut costumes and swim suits, and she became famous, especially as a pinup for World War II GIs. Together, they form a curated image gallery containing all the hottest Jane Russell images available from around the Web. How to live to We remember her today by taking a look at five of her classic performances. Disobedience - DVD Review.
She continued to appear in nightclubs, television and musical theater, including a stint on Broadway in Stephen Sondheim's "Company.
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Her only other notable film was "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes," a musical based on the novel by Anita Loos. Reel Reviews - Official Site. In December of that same year, they adopted a fifteen-month-old boy, Thomasand again inshe and Waterfield would adopt a nine-month-old boy, Robert John. She died at her home in Santa Maria. She wrote in her autobiography, "My Paths and Detours," that during high school she had a back-alley abortion, which may have rendered her unable to bear children.